QTY@RISK VWAP based calculationVWAP Volatility-Based Risk Management Calculator for Intraday Trading
Overview
This script is an innovative tool designed to help traders manage risk effectively by calculating position sizes and stop-loss levels using the Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) and its standard deviation (StdDev). Unlike traditional methods that rely on time-based calculations, this approach is time-independent within the intraday timeframe, making it particularly useful for traders seeking precision and efficiency.
Key Concepts
VWAP (Volume Weighted Average Price): VWAP is a trading benchmark that represents the average price a security has traded at throughout the day, based on both volume and price. It provides insight into the average price level over a specific period, helping traders understand the market trend.
StdDev (Standard Deviation): In the context of VWAP, the standard deviation measures the volatility around the VWAP. It provides a quantifiable range that traders can use to set stop-loss levels, ensuring they are neither too tight nor too loose.
How the Script Works
1. VWAP Calculation: The script calculates the VWAP continuously as the market trades, integrating both price and volume data.
2. Volatility Measurement: It then computes the standard deviation of the VWAP, giving a measure of market volatility.
3. Stop-Loss Calculation: Using user-defined StdDev factors, the script calculates two stop-loss levels. These levels adjust dynamically based on market conditions, ensuring they remain relevant throughout the trading session.
4. Position Sizing: By incorporating your risk tolerance, the script determines the appropriate position size. This ensures that your maximum loss per trade does not exceed your predefined risk value.
How to Use the Calculator
1. Select Two VWAP StdDev Factors: Choose two standard deviation factors for calculating stop-loss levels. For example, you might choose 0.5 and 0.75 to set conservative and aggressive stop-losses respectively.
2. Set Your Trading Account Size: Enter your total trading capital. For example, $50,000.
3. Maximum Lot Size: Define the maximum number of shares you are willing to trade in a single position. For instance, 200 shares.
4. Risk Value per Trade: Input the maximum amount of money you are willing to risk on a single trade. For instance, $50.
5. Plotting Options: If you wish to visualize the stop-loss levels, enable the plot option and choose the price base for the plot, such as the closing price or the average of the high and low prices (hl2).
Example of Use
1. Initial Setup: After the market opens, wait for at least 15 minutes to ensure the VWAP has stabilized with sufficient volume data.
2. Parameter Configuration: Input your desired parameters into the calculator. For instance:
- VWAP StdDev Factors: 0.5 and 0.75
- Trading Account Size: $50,000
- Maximum Lot Size: 200 shares
- Risk Value per Trade: $50
- Plot Option: On, using "hl2" or "close" as the price base
3. Execution: Based on the inputs, the script calculates the position size and stop-loss levels. If the calculated stop-loss falls within the selected VWAP StdDev range, it will provide you with precise stop-loss prices.
4. Trading: Use the calculated position size and stop-loss levels to execute your trades confidently, knowing that your risk is managed effectively.
Advantages for Traders
- Time Independence: By relying on VWAP and its StdDev, the calculations are not dependent on specific time intervals, making them more adaptable to real-time trading conditions.
- Focus on Strategy: Novice traders can focus more on their trading strategies rather than getting bogged down with complex calculations.
- Dynamic Adjustments: The script adjusts stop-loss levels dynamically based on evolving market conditions, providing more accurate and relevant risk management.
- Flexibility: Traders can tailor the calculator to their risk preferences and trading style by adjusting the StdDev factors and risk parameters.
By incorporating these concepts and using this risk management calculator, traders can enhance their trading efficiency, improve their risk management, and ultimately make more informed trading decisions.

# Riskmanagementtool

Curved Management (Zeiierman)█ Overview
The Curved Management (Zeiierman) is a trade management indicator tailored for traders looking to visualize their entry, stop loss, and take profit levels. Unique in its design, this indicator doesn't just display lines; it offers rounded or curved visualizations, setting it apart from conventional tools.
█ How It Works
At its core, this indicator leverages the power of the Average True Range (ATR), a metric for volatility, to establish logical stop-loss levels based on recent price action. By incorporating the ATR, the tool dynamically adapts to the market's changing volatility. What sets it apart is the unique curved visualization. Instead of the usual straight lines representing entry/sl levels, users can choose between rounded and straight edges for their take profit and stop loss levels. This aesthetic tweak gives the chart a cleaner look and offers a more intuitive understanding of risk management.
█ How to Apply the Indicator
Upon initially loading the indicator, a label appears that reads, "Set the 'xy' time and price for 'Curved Management (Zeiierman).'" This prompts you to click on the chart at your entry point. After selecting your entry point on the chart, the indicator will load. Ensure you adjust the trend direction in the settings panel based on whether you took a long or short position.
█ How to Use
Use the tool to manage your active position.
Long Entry
Short Entry
█ Settings
The indicator comes packed with various settings allowing customization:
Trade Direction
Decide the direction of the trade (long/short).
Reward multiplier
Sets the ratio for take profit relative to stop loss. Increasing this value will set your take profit further from the entry, and decreasing it will bring it closer.
Risk multiplier
Multiplier for calculating stop loss based on the ATR value. Increasing this makes your stop loss further from the entry, while decreasing brings it closer.
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All investments involve risk, and the past performance of a security, industry, sector, market, financial product, trading strategy, backtest, or individual's trading does not guarantee future results or returns. Investors are fully responsible for any investment decisions they make. Such decisions should be based solely on an evaluation of their financial circumstances, investment objectives, risk tolerance, and liquidity needs.
My Scripts/Indicators/Ideas/Algos/Systems are only for educational purposes!

Scalper's toolkit - ATR WidgetWidget specifically designed for scalping. Many settings to fit the instrument and view preferences to make it fit into your chart window how you like, even on mobile.
** I have 5 other features to add into this in the very near future, as I use this as my primary tool for Risk reward. This script will be updated in the near future as more features are coded into it. See bottom for notes on plans
Features:
Displays a quick view of the ATR value on the chart, in decimal PIPs or directly in Points - a key value for scalping using the DOM for point value settings and one click trading on fast time frames.
Automatic calculation of stop and target distance for a predetermined Risk Reward Ratio (Set with the settings panel), and then also displayed in PIPs or Points for easy use in quick trading.
Works on most all instruments/pairs/cryptos with multiple precision levels for correct values to be shown in the widget.
Fully customizable -
ATR period Base setting, just like a normal ATR indicator
Display in : PIPs or Points
ATR based stop distance, using a multiplier. 2 is the most common multiplier used, and the default setting.
Risk Reward Calculation using the Stop Loss value.
-Quickly helps with proper target and stop sizing for the volatility in the price on the current trade entry point.
-Set to any ratio you wish, from 1:0.1 all the way to 1:100 or more, unlimited R ratio settings to fit your strategy and risk tolerances.
Position anywhere on the chart window with 9 preset locations available (Pine script limitation)
Show as a column layout or a row layout
Customize the Size, with 5 preset widget sizes, from tiny to huge (Pine script limitation)
-Mobile Friendly - Tiny or Small may be too small on PC, but can be used for Mobile so the widget does not become too large over the chart.
Custom text, background, and boarder colors
Custom Boarder Size - 0 size is no boarder
Set up:
-Open the settings panel.
First section is the basic settings for the ATR - the length (Default is 14) and to use a PIP value display, or Point value display.
Here you also see a "Precision" Setting. **Because each instrument returns different precision ATR values, it is difficult to determine with code what those values will be ahead of time to do the math in the background. Even some 2 decimal instruments return 5 decimal ATR values, so this setting filters that** Just use the dropdown and choose how many decimal places the instrument has from 2 - 5 decimals
The second section is for risk and reward calculations, and can be disabled if you do not want to see these values.
The first value is the "ATR Multiplier" Typically, a 2x multiplier is used on the ATR to determine how far away to place your stop loss from the entry, placing it out of harm's way from normal market activity.
The second value is the Reward target distance, based from the stop loss size. This quickly calculates your target to match your intended reward ratio, saving some manual work to calculate this by hand every trade.
** Note: because of the math used in the code, you may see odd values on some instruments, like indexes. If you have the precision correct, try changing the "Show in Pips" to "Show in Points", as this may solve the issue.
The last two sections are purely for how the widget looks and how/where it shows on the screen. These can be set however you like. To have no boarder, just set the "Frame size" value to 0.
Additional Updates planned:
Pip value calculation (2 feature uses)
-This will serve 2 purposes. The widget will calculate the value of the trade based on the lot size. It will also have a risk limit, so if the ATR get's too high for the current risk settings, It will show red to warn you of a high risk situation before you trade.
Example, you have a set limit of 3 dollars per trade using .02 lot sizing. If the ATR get's too high, The Stop value will be more risk than you would like to use at that trade sizing. Reduce the trade size, or wait for ATR to come lower.
Purpose 2: lot size calculation, so if you wanted to maximize the use of risk available. If you wanted to risk 600 for example, it would use the ATR you have set for the risk, and determine the proper lot size for the amount of volatility in the market. This way, you Risk Exactly, or as close as possible to 600 for the the current trade conditions.
Extra use for this value: Show the Current trade amounts at risk and for gain in money values on the side of the pip/point value. Know what you're risking and also trading for in monetary value.
ATR candle Comparison- Early momentum Detection (2 feature uses)
Will show an additional section on the bottom of the widget to show how each candle compares to the one before, up to the last 5, and show if ATR went down, up, or stayed the same over the last 5 candles.
Show an additional symbol to indicate the current candle status in comparison to the close of the last candle. Real time of if the ATR is getting larger, smaller, or staying the same.

RISK MANAGEMENTHi dear Traders,
Here I would present you my 'Risk Management' tool which is based on your buy orders, trading fees and your desired benefit.
Easily, fulfill the price and volume of each entries. Add to this, you can prepare the info about your next proposed entries, just let them not check at first and by meeting the prices then active the check-box beside it.
Two line will be presented on your candle-plot, one of the indicate the place that without any lose/win you can exit and also the desired exit position by considering user defined benefit.
Use it for free but please do not forget to boost the script.
Best regards and happy trading.
Shakib

[fpemehd] Strategy TemplateHello Guys! Nice to meet you all!
This is my fourth script!
This is the Strategy Template for traders who wants to make their own strategy.
I made this based on the open source strategies by jason5480, kevinmck100, myncrypto. Thank you All!
### StopLoss
1. Can Choose Stop Loss Type: Percent, ATR, Previous Low / High.
2. Can Chosse inputs of each Stop Loss Type.
### Take Profit
1. Can set Risk Reward Ratio for Take Profit.
- To simplify backtest, I erased all other options except RR Ratio.
- You can add Take Profit Logic by adding options in the code.
2. Can set Take Profit Quantity.
### Risk Manangement
1. Can choose whether to use Risk Manangement Logic.
- This controls the Quantity of the Entry.
- e.g. If you want to take 3% risk per trade and stop loss price is 6% below the long entry price,
then 50% of your equity will be used for trade.
2. Can choose How much risk you would take per trade.
### Plot
1. Added Labels to check the data of entry / exit positions.
2. Changed and Added color different from the original one. (green: #02732A, red: #D92332, yellow: #F2E313)

Value At Risk Channel [AstrideUnicorn]The Value at Risk Channel (VaR Channel) is a trading indicator designed to help traders control the level of risk exposure in their positions. The user can select a time period and a probability value, and the indicator will plot the upper and lower limits that the price can reach during the selected time period with the given probability.
CONCEPTS
The indicator is based on the Value at Risk (VaR) calculation. VaR is an important metric in risk management that quantifies the degree of potential financial loss within a position, portfolio or company over a specific period of time. It is widely used by financial institutions like banks and investment companies to forecast the extent and likelihood of potential losses in their portfolios.
We use the so-called “historical method” to compute VaR. The algorithm looks at the history of past returns and creates a histogram that represents the statistical distribution of past returns. Assuming that the returns follow a normal distribution, one can assign a probability to each value of return. The probability of a specific return value is determined by the distribution percentile to which it belongs.
HOW TO USE
Let’s assume you want to plot the upper and lower limits that price will reach within 4 hours with 5% probability. To do this, go to the indicator Settings tab and set the Timeframe parameter to "4 hours'' and the Probability parameter to 5.0.
You can use the indicator to set your Stop-Loss at the price level where it will trigger with low probability. And what's more, you can measure and control the probability of triggering.
You can also see how likely it is that the price will reach your Take-Profit within a specific period of time. For example, you expect your target level to be reached within a week. To determine this probability, set the Timeframe parameter to "1 week" and adjust the Probability parameter so that the upper or lower limit of your VaR channel is close to your Take-Profit level. The resulting Probability parameter value will show the probability of reaching your target in the expected time.
The indicator can be a useful tool for measuring and managing risk, as well as for developing and fine-tuning trading strategies. If you find other uses for the indicator, feel free to share them in the comments!
SETTINGS
Timeframe - sets the time period, during which the price can reach the upper or lower bound of the VaR channel with the probability, set by the Probability parameter.
Probability - specifies the probability with which the price can reach the upper or lower bound of the VaR channel during the time period specified by the Timeframe parameter.
Window - specifies the length of history (number of historical bars) used for VaR calculation.

Rob Hoffman's 50/80/90/Price Trailing Stop LossA trailing stop loss method by Rob Hoffman.
Set your entry, TP, and SL.
Once price is 50% of its way to the TP, set your stop loss at the gray line.
Once price is 80% of its way to the TP, set your stop loss at the light gray line.
Once price is 90% of its way to the TP set your stop loss at the white line.